Things I Wish I’d Known Before Launching My Media Startup

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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From formation to funding, hyper-local publications are complex, challenging, impossible projects to launch. Join this essential conversation to learn about the pitfalls and challenges from leaders who have taken the leap and walk away with concrete first steps and tools and programs to make your media startup a reality.

This session is designed for:

  • Anyone who can see in the hedge-fund driven layoff landscape the shape of an independent publishing future
  • People interested in launching their own media startup
  • Industry leaders looking to better understand the independent media ecosystem

Speakers

Tracie Powell
Senior Fellow and Founder/Publisher, The Pivot Fund
Tyree Worthy
Publisher, NOLA Messenger
Tasneem Raja
Executive Editor, The Oaklandside
Jiquanda Johnson
Founder/Publisher & Editor, Brown Impact Media Group/Flintbeat.com
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